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1996 Lincoln Towncar with little or no heat

I can unplug the vacumm on the control valve then plug back up and then I can feel heat to start thru hose but stops quickly. There is very little heat in car.

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Your heatercore is most likely plugged ; if your antifreeze is full and your engine temp is normal when hot that means your thermostat is functionally nornal and your not getting the flow u need through the heater core ;u can reverse the hoses to try to get more heat ; but it has to be flushed or replaced.

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